Our best knitted pieces right now.
What excites us the most? Conscious contemporary style. Modern and easy looks that are somehow more sustainable – being timeless, sustainably produced, vintage or in some other way a better choice. This is The Make It Last Edits, where we bring you our favorite conscious styles right now. Our eleventh theme is cozy knits.
Wool jumper and pant from Stella McCartney, a designer who embrace a sustainable attitude in her business model – from the production to the final collections. Earrings, models own.
Knit from Nudie Jeans – a brand that recycles jeans by cutting and milling the old ones down to a cotton-like pulp which become raw material for new yarn. You can hand in your own jeans at one of their stores and get 20 % off on a new pair.
Knit from Nudie Jeans, a brand that ensures that everyone across the production chain works under fair conditions. Jeans from Levi’s/Beyond Retro, belt from Filippa K and shoes stylist own.
Knit and coat from Lisa Yang, a timeless brand with a close relationship to their producers in China. Jeans from Levi’s and belt from Filippa K.
Sweater from BLAKE LND/Rêve En Vert. BLAKE LND only use materials that come from certified places within Europe and all production is based within the E.U. as well. Jeans from Levi’s, belt from Filippa K, necklace from Emma Isralesson and ring from & Other Stories (who recently launched their in-store recycling initiative).
Knit from Rodebjer a brand that focus on fashion that lasts over time – both in quality and style. Knitted pant from By Malene Birger SS16 and ring from & Other Stories.
Knit from Stella McCartney.
Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair and makeup Oscar Svensson /Mikas Looks
Photography assistant Ellen Nykvist
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